Gone Glam's CEO, 28-year-old Kristen Alyce, left,
tapes magazine pages onto model Courtney Quinn
with help from COO Michelle Fink as they create a
one of a kind dress from magazine pages on Jan.
16, 2015 in West Palm Beach, Fla. Alyce has
partnered with Simon malls and other national and
local clients such as the Palm Beach Outlets
LAUDERDALE, Fla. ó When word got out that Kristen
Alyce wanted to start her own business, friends, family
and even strangers started dumping trash on her front
giant bag stuffed with shredded paper. Tons of plastic
bags and cereal boxes. A box of X-rays.
budding 20-something entrepreneur couldnít be more
year-old Kristen Alyce founded Garbage Gone Glam to
create head-turning one of a kind dresses from recycled
material for marketing events.
plastic bags, egg cartons, coffee filters and other
recyclable material would become tools of the trade for
Alyce, a fashion designer and the CEO of Garbage Gone
Gone Glam creates trendy dresses for businesses to be
used at trade shows, fundraisers, marketing and special
events where they want their brand to stand out and turn
client roster includes the Palm Beach Outlets, the
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, a West Palm Beach
Hyundai dealership, retailers, restaurants, among
dresses are all one of a kind, handmade by me,"
said Alyce, 28.
dresses for clients start at $2,000. There are also
dresses available on Garbage Gone Glamís website,
starting at $500.